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Duplicate Tooltips for last SCIFastLineRenderableSeries, when tooltipmodifier is added to chart surface before data.

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Originally my chart would
– create the surface
– setup the chart modifiers
– setup the axis
– add the data (SCIFastLineRenderableSeries).

However, it appears that when you .add(new SCIFastLineRenderableSeries) it recreates all the tooltips on each add, and finally on the very last SCIFastLineRenderableSeries that is inserted will get two duplicate tooltips. This happens both with the default tooltips or custom tooltips.

I finally noticed that some of your examples you setup the modifiers at the end after adding the data. So I moved all the chart modifiers into a separate function and called it after the data is setup, and now the proper number of tooltips appears.

This might either need to be noted somewhere prominent in the iOS docs; or even better the order shouldn’t matter.

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Hello Nathanael,

Thank you for reporting this, it should work properly with different combinations, so we’ve investigated, located and successfully fixed this issue, and it’s now available in the latest nightly build (v3.0.1-nightly.5114) which is available through the CocoaPods.

Please try it out and let us know if it works on your side as well.

Best Regards,
Nazar Rudnyk
Lead SciChart iOS Developer

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